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of the star of the film, actor paul walker. connell: a business decision what to do going forward. dennis kneale joins us in the studio. dennis: a balancing act for the pictures. you turn the film, halfway through filming when paul walker dies in a fiery car crash on saturday north of hollywood eerily similar to the stunt you see in the movie itself. do you make it a gift to him, do you rewrite the script and reflect the death of a character because of the high-spee high sr race that goes on? or do you write around him? we have cgi, in 1991 when a key actor, oliver reed i believe it was, dies in the filming of "gladiator" they used cgi to put the actors face into the film and use him for the other scenes. do you do that here? the technology would be vastly better than ever before. you could probably pull it off but no word on what they will do. dagen: the studio has to grapple with how his cast members deal with it because it is so raw and so fresh and in middle of filming it and it has a scheduled release date. dennis: they were supposed to be shooting on monday when this horrible accide
have given millions and millions of dollars. not everyone is michael j. fox. that everyone is paul walker. he was doing a lot of charity work under the radar. melissa: of those people you mentioned, what percent would you give? >> a very large percentage. some of it is publicly done and some of it is paul walker, a variant of the radar, no one even knew that he had this great foundation, doing charitable work. so i think there are levels of celebrity. apparently in the west and the 10 percent of everything that she makes. we are talking about one specific auction about one specific charity. it is not all across every causes his ever given to in every realm every year. melissa: if she says she is raising money for the philippines but is brought in 90%, what is that -- >> well, the obligation was to comply with the ebay rules which is at least 10% and bigger charity which is exactly what she did. but the fact of the matter is, what the people reasonably expect. when u.s. people to give money to charity they reasonably expect that every dollar they're going to give a large profit to f
and furious" and life and death. contest universal facing a delicate balancing act after actor paul walker died in a fiery car crash. dennis kneale has the implications of that story. dennis: fast and furious vii was halfway through production when paul walker including various scenes and died on saturday in a high-speed car crash north of hollywood. the crash eerily reminiscent of the stunts that fill the six previous films in the car racing franchise that walker start in five, universal must decide how to proceed, make the movie a tribute to paul walker? fans are placing flowers and cards at the site of the real life crash. of the steel rewrite the script to have his character meet a tragic end or use computer-generated effects to insert the actor's image into the rest of the film kicking back in 1991, actor oliver reed died in the filming of gladiator and the producers used computer-generated imagery to superimpose the actor's face on a stand in's body. today the tech is tons better. have to do what they got to do. i think they will. you don't scratch a film of the franchise like this.
bank. your money needs an ally. >> paul walker, star of the france franchise "fast and the furious" they were working on the 7th installment. they'll suspend the production of that film. could be a problem for sony. brought in 788 million worldwide at the box office. and charles is going to make us money right now and where the company i know and love, cabelas. sporting goods store and they're a tourist destination in pennsylvania, you know that? >> in a lot of places it's the center of town. they got an upgrade, and we were already in the stock and one of the retailers that hadn't been doing well in part because of the comparisons are tough. the gun boom and they're guessing when it's going to stop. they've got a new format making them bigger. stuart: bigger? >> giant footprints. the 14 largest stores outperformed the legacy stores by 50% in sales and 60% in profits per square foot and these cabelas wherever you are they're going to get larger and larger and more things and more than a gun story and i think this stock has a lot of room to the upside. north 66 and huge resistance p
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